December 2016 marks thirty years since my very first hi-fi magazine was published.
Author: Michael Jones
The Roon Ready hardware program puts Roon technology into network audio players from partner companies. It enables easy to use, reliable networked audio systems that meet the needs of performance audio enthusiasts. “Audio enthusiasts have been forced to choose between...
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. As many readers will know, from 1987 through to 1996, this magazine was called AudioVideo. A pretty generic name, yes, which is why I much prefer the New Zealand-centric AudioEnz....
Audio bling: Rockport Arrakis loudspeaker
At $375 the HRT iStreamer is a high value add on for connecting an i-device to a decent stereo system.
When approaching the 25th anniversary of AudioEnz I realised that there were only a few still in the industry today that were there when AudioEnz started way back in 1986. I asked these people if they could write a few paragraphs on the changes they’ve seen in the industry overall
Once upon a time there was a young man who thought he would publish a hi-fi magazine for New Zealand.
He wanted something that looked like, operated like and sounded like the radios he grew up with. That day was my introduction to Tivoli radios.
Apple have found a way for the record companies and music publishers (and Apple themselves) to make money from pirated music.
From 1979 through the 1980s the imaginative album cover artwork of Peter Saville dressed the albums of Joy Division and New Order.